DHS Statement Contains Numerous Blatant Nazi Dog Whistles

“We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children.” This is known as “14 Words,” a white supremacist slogan coined by David Lane. Lane was a member of the white supremacist terrorist group The Order and coined the phrase while serving a 190-year prison sentence for multiple armed robberies and the murder of a Jewish talk show host.

“14 Words” has become popular with white supremacists worldwide, including those who love and support Donald Trump. And apparently, some of them work in the Department of Homeland Security.

On Thursday, Law and Crime pointed out that an article has been live on the Department of Homeland Security website since February that closely mimics this “14 Words” in its title — and that the structure, as well as the content,  seem to pay homage to Adolf Hitler himself.

The title is 14 words long and begins with “We Must Secure,” while the rest is converted to the same message in Nationalist rather than white nationalist form — “We Must Secure The Border And Build The Wall To Make America Safe Again.”

In addition, the article makes 14 distinct points (13 bulleted, one unbulleted). One point is particularly interesting because it seems to be a deliberate attempt to work the number “88” into this mess.

“On average, out of 88 claims that pass the credible fear screening, fewer than 13 will ultimately result in a grant of asylum,” the 14-paragraph propaganda piece reads.

The Anti-Defamation League notes that the number 88 is often combined with 14 to “form a general endorsement of white supremacy and its beliefs.”

The reason for this is that the letter “H” is the eighth letter in the alphabet. As such, “88” is used as a code for “Heil Hitler” by the same people who heavily endorsed Trump for President.

Outside of a need to work 14/88 into this hate piece together, there seems to be no good reason to use the number 88 in the line about claims that pass the credible fear screening. It doesn’t work out to a “clean” percentage — unless, of course, whoever wrote this wanted to work another 14 into their statement (14.7%).

Once word got out about this statement, people were quick to notice that it looked a teensy bit suspicious that the Trump Administration, which is staffed by a number of known white supremacists, Nazis, and other Deplorables, would put out a statement with Nazi undertones:

This could be easily explained away, right? Maybe — there seems to be no good reason for any part of this DHS statement. But the agency refuses to even try. So far, they have declined to comment each and every time they were asked about it.

This is Trump’s America. This is Trump’s DHS. It’s time to get him out of office and abolish the agency.